Leon Panetta on what Pakistan knew about Osama Bin Laden
With 12ft walls, enormous footprint, and conspicuous location, al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden’s Abottabad compound probably raised suspicions in Pakistan, says former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta in an interview with Judy Woodruff. Panetta was CIA director during the raid on Bin Laden’s compound, and transmitted President Obama’s order to go ahead with the operation.
Did the Pakistani Military Know that Osama Bin Laden was There Hiding Out?
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With the accelerated US drawdown of forces in Afghanistan, what lies ahead for Pakistan? What remain the greatest threats to stability in Pakistan? How can the international community play a positive role in Pakistan's economic development and political stability? Is there a substantial role for the United States?
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CBS News RAW: New video shows Osama bin Laden's compound near the Pakistani capital of Islamabad, the morning after he was killed during a U.S. military operation.
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Terrell Brown spoke with Lara Logan on how the Pakistani people felt after finding out Osama bin Laden had been living near Islamabad before he was killed in a fortified compound by U.S. forces.
U.S. and Pakistan: Will a Strategic Partnership Falter After Bin Laden Raid?
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After bin Laden was killed by U.S. forces during a raid in Abbottabad, tensions are on the rise between the U.S. and Pakistan. Ray Suarez discusses the future of U.S.-Pakistan relations with former U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan Wendy Chamberlin and Lawrence Wright, author of a book that focuses on the origins of al-Qaida.
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Robert Grenier talks to Al Jazeera from Washington DC, discussing the leaked report about US raid in Pakistan that killed Bin Laden. The operation also caused deaths of three Pakistani citizens while violating the nation's airspace.
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Osama bin Laden Photo: US-Pakistan Relationship at Risk?
Jon Karl questions Joe Heck, Congressman from the 3rd District of Nevada, on relationship with Pakistan, Osama bin Laden double tap death photos, and statements from the White House.
Pakistani analysts reflect on bin Laden's legacy
A year after Osama bin Laden died in a US raid, Pakistani analysts say Al-Qaeda keeps on spreading its message, resulting in extremism and sectarian violence. They say the raid created a deep rift between Pakistan and its US ally. Duration: 01:21
Never-before-seen footage of Osama bin Laden's son released by CIA
The CIA has released previously unseen video of Osama bin Laden's son and potential successor in a trove of material recovered during the May 2011 raid that killed the al-Qaida leader at his compound in Pakistan. The video offers the first public look at Hamza bin Laden as an adult. Until now, only childhood pictures of him have been seen
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New tension has emerged in the already troubled U.S.-Pakistani relationship after an Islamabad court sentenced Dr. Shakil Afridi to 33 years for helping the CIA find Osama bin Laden last year. Margaret Warner and The Washington Post's Pamela Constable discuss the new fallout for diplomatic ties and humanitarian groups.
John Bolton: Was the mission that killed Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan a crime of aggression?
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5. (SOUNDBITE) (English) PRESIDENT TRUMP''S U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER JOHN BOLTON CONTINUING TO READ FROM HIS STATEMENT ABOUT THE ICC: Edit No: 1195The - quote - ''crime of aggression'' could become a pretext for politically-motivated investigations. Was the mission of U.S. Navy SEALs that killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan a crime of aggression? What about the U.S. coalition airstrikes in Syria to protect innocent children from chemical weapons? How about U.S. military exercises with allies and partners around the world? Or Israel''s actions to defend itself on countless occasions?
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Osama bin Laden's Killing vs. Burial by Sh. Omar Suleiman
ICNA Convention 2011 Question and Answer Session
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ICNA's Statement on Killing of Osama bin Laden
—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—
JAMAICA, New York (May 2, 2011) -- The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) issued a press release this morning on the killing of Osama bin Laden by a US military operation outside Abbottabad, Pakistan yesterday.
Osama bin Laden posed a serious threat to the security of America and the world, and the removal of this threat is a significant turning point in the post-9/11 global War on Terror.
Our thoughts are first and foremost with the families of those killed on 9/11 and the countless innocent men, women and children who have died in the ensuing wars. We pray this news brings closure to these families and ultimately ushers in a new chapter of peace and understanding in America's history.
ICNA hopes that the Obama administration will use this pivotal moment as an opportunity to rapidly end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and ensure the safe return of our troops.
We reiterate President Obama's statement that America is not at war with Islam and Osama bin Laden was not representative of Muslims. We must remember with conviction the unity that brought us out of the devastation of September 11, 2001, and work to preserve that unity in coming days.
The Islamic Circle of North America is a leading American Muslim organization dedicated to the betterment of society through the promotion of Islamic values. Since 1968, ICNA has worked to build relations between communities by devoting itself to education, outreach, social services and relief efforts.
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Osama Bin Laden Dead 2011, President Obama Confirms
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Newly released video shows Osama bin Laden watching television
Osama bin Laden appears in this video, watching satellite television channels. This video was captured by the U.S. team who infiltrated bin Laden's compound and killed him on May 1, 2011. The video has no sound.
New 9/11 exhibit explains hunt for Osama bin Laden
(23 Oct 2019) Declassified US government documents and artifacts are part of a new exhibition on the decade-long search for Osama bin Laden at the site of the New York terrorist attack.
Revealed: The Hunt for Bin Laden opens November 15 at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, a multimedia account of the mission that ended with bin Laden's death in Pakistan in 2011.
We have been given a whole range of materials that demonstrate different aspects of the hunt, Clifford Chanine, curator of the bin Laden exhibition said.
We have some elements that were taken from bin Laden's earlier headquarters in Afghanistan before 9/11, known as Tarnak Farms and things that US intelligence agencies and military seized from that compound after 9/11, after the US forces went in, that really helped them understand how al-Qaida operated.
The exhibit presents the hunt for bin Laden as a sort of who-done-it come alive with graphics, videos and the voices of the protagonists, from intelligence agents, former President Barack Obama and members of the US Navy SEALs team that raided bin Laden's home and shot and killed him.
Photos show the scenes of the search, from caves to a wild mountain range in Afghanistan where bin Laden was believed to have been hiding. He was under protection of the Taliban that issued al-Qaida members passports allowing them to move around freely. One of these passports will be displayed.
In other images, American military personnel huddle in strategy sessions, and searching terrain outside. Visitors will see trunks containing items gathered during various US raids of al-Qaida locations that might have yielded evidence of bin Laden's whereabouts.
The exhibit details the failure to catch bin Laden before he fled Afghanistan. One artifact on display from his al-Qaida training camp there is a blue wall fragment seen in propaganda videos featuring bin Laden.
After he disappeared, law enforcement experts and members of military and civilian anti-terrorism units describe how they hounded down al-Qaida followers working to hide him. Finally, members of Navy SEAL Team 6 explain, in their own words, how they acted on a tip that led them to descend on his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, as President Obama and his cabinet watched from the White House.
Once we located the compound, which the key moment was when CIA and other intelligence community personnel identified the couriers and that led back to the compound. Then we started to look at the compound and direct collection against it, said Mark Kelton, the retired CIA Pakistan station chief during the operation to find bin Laden.
Suffice it to say that over time it increased confidence that indeed it was Osama bin Laden that was there. Or a high probability, at least in my mind and in the mind of certainly Director (Leon) Panetta (Director of the CIA from 2009-2011), who ultimately was the driving force behind the operation, Kelton added.
The exhibit includes images and a model of the home where bin Laden was shot to death in his bedroom.
The 9/11 museum is a nonprofit body located on the 16-acre World Trade Center site where more than 2,700 people died and are memorialised with two reflecting pools in the footprints of the fallen twin towers. The museum's collection includes more than 60-thousand items that tell intimate stories linked to the attacks and its aftermath.
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